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LTC6258 Low Noise Reference Use LT6656 for a Low Current Starting Reference

Aug 30th 2017
The LT6656 is a 1µA precision series voltage reference. Yet with low power comes low drive current capability and higher noise. The LTC6259 can be used as a buffer that follows a filter to enhance the utilization of the LT6656 in low power applications. Figure 5a shows such a configuration. First a very low cutoff frequency ...

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LTC2063 RTD Sensor with ±1°C Precision

Jul 27th 2017
This low power platinum resistance temperature detector (RTD) sensor circuit draws only 35μA total supply current on a minimum 2.6V rail, and is accurate to within ±1°C at room temperature, including all error intrinsic to the Vishay PTS Class F0.3 Variant RTD. It covers the temperature ...

Circuit LTspice 

 

Altera Arria 10 SoC Development Kit

Oct 5th 2015
The Altera® Arria® 10 SoC Development Kit offers a quick and simple approach for developing custom ARM® processor-based SoC designs. Design productivity is one of the driving philosophies of the Arria 10 SoC architecture. The Arria 10 SoCs offers full software compatibility with previous generation ...

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Self Buffered Micropower Reference

Jan 1st 1987
The opamp provides controlled bias current to a shunt reference through its supply connection. Since the opamp can operate with both inputs and outputs at the low-side supply potential, the buffer action works properly for sourcing output current at the same voltage as the reference itself. ...

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Micropower, 10ppm/°C, ±5V Reference

Jan 1st 1987
The left opamp precisely amplifies the 1.2V shunt reference to +5V and the right section inverts that to make -5V. ...

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Dual Buffered ±0.617V Reference Powered by Two AA Batteries

Nov 1st 1983
Lower opamp is a precision inverter setting outputs to set the outputs at the same magnitude but opposite polarity. The upper opamp drives the positive output so that the difference of the two outputs is the reference voltage, so the result is that half the reference voltage is the magnitude of the outputs. ...

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